DINOSAURS – PICTURES AND FACTS

Listing 10.000+ pictures of dinosaurs, facts about them and other prehistoric animals, bringing them closer to kids, their parents and teachers.

Marsupial Evolution

Marsupial Evolution

Thylacosmilus

Quick Thylacosmilus Facts: - Lived during the Late Miocene through the Late Pliocene Period - Was not a true sabre-tooth cat - Was a marsupial - Its saber-teeth grew its entire life - Was as long as a a jaguar - Weighed more than a lion - Lived in South America - Was a carnivore

Thylacoleo

Quick Thylacoleo Facts: - Lived during the Pleistocene through the Modern Period - Was as long a leopard - Weighed as much as a cougar - Was a carnivore - Had a strong tail - Lived all over Australia

Diprotodon

Quick Diprotodon Facts: - Lived during the Pleistocene Period - Probably couldn't hop - Was as long as a black rhino - Weighed as much as a giraffe - Was an herbivore - Lived all over Australia

Procoptodon

Quick Procoptodon Facts: - Lived during the Pleistocene to the Modern Period - Probably couldn't hop - Was twice the height of a normal kangaroo - Weighed as much as a modern pig - Was an herbivore - Lived in Australia

Tasmanian Tiger

Quick Tasmanian tiger Facts: - Lived during the Early Pliocene to the Holocene Period - Was longer than a yard-stick - Had a shoulder height equal to a bowling pin - Weighed more than a dalmatian - Was a carnivore-it probably lived off a diet of small wallabies and ostriches - Lived in Australia and Tasmania
Therizinosaurus by Vlad Konstantinov

Therizinosaurus

Quick Therizinosaurus Facts: - Therizinosaurus means “scythe lizard” - Was about 3 car links long - Weighed as much as 3 brown bears - Could run as fast as an elephant - Its claws were as long as short swords

Dire Wolf

Quick Dire Wolf Facts: - Lived during the Rancholabrean North American Land Mammal Age - Lived in North America - Weighed half as much as a panda bear - Was twice as long as a coyote - It was a carnivore - May have hunted horses